Get a taste of summer at our Spring Break Camp!
Our camp counselors are dedicated to providing a safe and fun environment for children to interact, meet new friends and participate in exciting camp activities. Campers will spend their day at the park, playing dodgeball, creating art masterpieces and splashing around in the pool. Join us for an exciting week of camp games, sports, swimming and more! Please bring a sack lunch, snacks, water bottle, swimsuit, towel and sunblock to camp daily. Come join the fun!
Monday-Friday, April 10-14
Camp Grasshopper for PreK and K: Ages 4-5
Camp Cricket for 1-2nd Grades: Ages 6-7
Camp Dragonfly for 3-6th Grades: Ages 8-11
Before Care: 8-9:00am
After Care: 3-5:00pm
Camp Fee: $278 Marinwood Resident, $327 Non-Resident
($20 sibling discount for full day camp registration)
Before Care Fee: $52
After Care Fee: $104
Before and After Care Fee: $150
Spring Break Camp FAQs
Please read the Parent Packet posted below for more information.
Can I drop-in for a day or camp?
We will not be taking any drop-ins for camp. Campers must be registered for the full session.
What if camp is full? Is there a waiting list?
If a camp is full, you may join the waiting list through the Marinwood registration website. You will not be charged if placed on the waiting list. Our staff will contact you if a spot opens up and you will have 24 hours to get back to us. We recommend getting on the wait list.
What do campers need to bring each day?
A backpack or bag
Snack and Lunch and Water Bottle
Swimsuit and Towel
If inclement weather, please pack rainproof gear.
Please keep all toys and personal items at home. Please label all your child’s belongings.
How does swimming work at camp?
Parents must give permission for their camper to swim in the Marinwood main and tot pool. Camp Grasshopper has the option to swim in the tot or main pool and Camp Cricket and Dragonfly swim in the main pool. Campers must pass a swim test (uninterrupted swim of 25 yards) to be able to swim in the deep end and go down the water slides. Campers may be asked to retake the swim test for camp, even if they have previously passed outside of camp. Please note: the waterslides may not be open during Spring Break camp.
Are there any other requirements for campers to attend?
All campers must be potty trained. Campers are not allowed to attend if ill. Parents/Guardians will be required to sign a liability waiver before attending as well as other pertinent camp forms. All participants must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at check-in each day at the Community Center.
What if I need to withdraw from camp?
All refund and changes must be made in writing and can be emailed to email@example.com. We will not process refunds or changes over the phone. Cancellations made by March 31, 2023 by 5:00pm, will result in a $25 per camper processing fee. Cancellations made by April 7, 2023, received by 5:00pm will result in a forfeiture of the half the camp fee. No refunds will be granted after 5:00pm, April 7.
What if my child has a food allergy?
Our number one priority is the safety of your child. Camp staff take precautions and preventative measures to ensure the safety of all campers. We practice a no share snack and lunch policy, where we talk with our campers about keeping our food to ourselves, educate our staff about monitoring during snack and lunch time and campers will wash hands after meals. Please indicate any allergies or medical conditions on your camper's ePACT online form so we can be aware of how to best support and provide for your child.